Johnny Borrell during his four-song set, which included a White Stripes cover. "Before you know it he'll be claiming his version's better," remarked The JeanGenie on the comment board for the news story on NME.COM. Pic: PA Photos
Johnny Borrell was joined on stage by support act Soko at the Sony party for covers of 'Hotel Yorba' by The White Stripes and Daniel Johnston's 'Lousy Weekend'.
Johnny Borrell replaced Pete Doherty at the Sony party, and opened his set with renditions of 'Before I Fall To Pieces' and 'Golden Touch'.
French folkster Soko performs live in London this week. She reportedly had to kip on Johnny Borrell's floor afterwards as she had nowhere else to stay.
Australia's Midnight Juggernauts have been gigging in London recently and wowed a packed crowd at London's Cargo this week. At the party they stuck to DJing for the celeb crowd, which included Fred Les of Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, Ross Millard of The Futureheads, members of The Horrors, actor Danny Dyer, 'Skins' star Nicholas Hoult, Kid Harpoon and socialite/DJ Jodie Harsh.
Some of the cast of Skins at the invite-only Sony party in London's Reliance Square last night (Apr 10).
Rosie Oddie and The Odd Squad perform at the launch party on a stage with a 'springtime farm' theme.
Rosie Oddie and The Odd Squad perform at the launch party at Reliance Square, Shoreditch, east London.
Nicholas Hoult from Skins at the party. The TV show is reportedly replacing the whole cast for the new series, so Nicholas might well have been networking for future roles at the shindig.
Last night's party in east London saw sets from Johnny Borrell, Soko, Holly Golightly And The Brokeoffs (pictured) and Rosie Oddie And The Odd Squad. DJ sets came courtesy of Midnight Juggernauts and The Horrors. And yes, those are live sheep behind the band.
London scenester Jodie Harsh arrives on a tractor at the party last night (Apr 10). During the event, one punter tipped a bin of polystyrene balls over a photographer.
Har Mar Superstar was one of the many stars that turned up to see Razorlight's Johnny Borrell perform solo at Sony Walkmanâ
Danny Dyer parties with DJ/socialite and Jodie Harsh. Harsh DJ'd at the 'Spring Fling' event to an audience of party-goers... and several live sheep.
Last night (April 10) saw the celeb-packed launch of the new Sony Walkman Video MP3 player in Shoreditch, London. NME.COM was there to capture all the action, so keep clicking for all the exclusive shots, including this pic of Rosie Oddie, daughter of TV presenter Bill Oddie, and her band The Odd Squad arriving at the event. The band's new single 'Cola Coka' is out in May. Johnny Borrell played live at the bash as a last-minute replacement for the jailed Pete Doherty.